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d to a thousand dollars bounty, which had not yet been paid. Schimmelfing was afraid to trust his own men, very seldom left his tent, and kept a body guard of about sixty negroes. Saturday evening the enemy's gunboats commenced shelling Secessionville, which was kept up about two hour. During the night a force of Yankees landed and occupied Battery and Goal Island. The shelling of Secessionville was renewed early Sunday morning, the firing bring very heavy, and starting our citizens fromSecessionville was renewed early Sunday morning, the firing bring very heavy, and starting our citizens from their slumbers. The new as was soon received that the Yankees had crossed the causeways and advanced on our lines at Legare's, with the evident design or capturing our pick is. The force of the enemy is believed to have been from eight hundred to one thousand strong. They were first met by Captain Hunbert, of the 24 South Carolina artillery, and afterwards by the whole of Maj Manigault's battalion. A sharp fight ensued, in which five of our men were wounded, one seriously. The enemy's loss